I collect small bracelets from each destination I travel, and wear them on my left wrist. I started doing this when I drove across the Andalusia region of Spain 5 years ago and bought a bracelet from every town. It's fun seeking them out, buying them from locals, and... See More
Mars. No joke, if money was not an issue I'd go to space and step foot on another planet. But If I'd have to stick to this planet here are the top 10 on my list of places I haven't been to: 10. Antarctica - Because why not? Penguins... See More
Botswana without a doubt! I was once taking a safari in a tiny dugout mokoro canoe in the Okanvango Delta and snapped this shot - it has not been photoshopped or instagrammed it was that gorgeous See More
Namibia is an incredible country - from the world's oldest desert to the world-class Etosha National Park and everything in between. A much overlooked country! My second would be Sumatra in Indonesia. Most... See More
Gosh, what a hard question! I mean, I'd want variety, yet the places that have great variety often come at the expense of doing anything really really well. Okay, let's throw healthiness out the window! In Europe: Mother --... See More
1. New York City I love this place because you can spend 2 weeks here and still only just scratch the surface. Anyone who says they don't like New York didn't do enough of New York. 2. Havana This place stole my... See More
The first thing that came to my mind was the Eiffel Tower-the lines can be long, the dining is overrated but it is spectacularly beautiful. The detail alone makes me jaw drop. It sits right along the Seine like a perfectly coifed French dame. I... See More
Took me 2 sec. to think of which airline: 1st Choice: Quantas 2nd Choice: Any other Non USA Carrier! The rest of the world seems to have gotten customer service & quality better then any of the US carriers. See More
Belgrade is a definite 10. Visited last summer with my son, and stayed at Hotel Townhouse 27, a lovely boutique hotel. Just walk up the street to visit Kalemegdan, a beautiful fortress overlooking the river,... See More
I may be a little biased, but I'm going to have to say San Francisco. Being such a food-loving and overall diverse city, save for foie gras, there aren't many foods that I can't find here. They're all, for the most part, also really... See More
My wife will always be my travel companion. She shares the same love of traveling that I do and she love to travel non-traditionally like I do as well. If it's right now, India. India looks captivating and enchanting. The food, the animals, the... See More
Hi Emily ! Definitely your choice should be Argentina, beginning with Buenos Aires, the city where I live and where you will find an amazing variety and plenty to do. Then from here, as you say, you could visit the vineyards in... See More
This is such a good question, and it's awesome to ponder and reflect on the impact of seeing new things/having new experiences. My three things below: How to be 'scrappy'. Whether it was moving across the country to start over in a place that... See More
What an interesting question? Being a snowboarder, I've been to a handful of places that one may consider steep. But the one that stands out in my book is World's End Point, Horton Plains Nature Reserve. It is a sheer cliff, which about 4000... See More
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